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Win or go Home!

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It’s playoff time and most of the town has basketball fever. In order to capitalize on the craze, the Sunnyside Diner has temporarily added several tv screens to attract customers who would otherwise be watching the games somewhere else. Whether you are a casual viewer or a hardcore fan, you will have no trouble finding a spot to experience the games. Good luck to all the teams playing.

Inside tip: It quickly becomes very clear who is a basketball fan and who isn’t.

Brought to you by the Griddle Creek Board of Tourism.

Animal Crackers!

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There is never a dull moment at the Sunnyside Diner. The staff go back and forth with each other all day long like a pair of siblings. It is never personal, it just helps them to pass the time. You have to be able to take it as good as you give it to work here.

Inside tip: Contrary to how it may seem to visitors, Sonny and Christy are extremely close.

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Picky Eaters!

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Have you ever vacationed with your children and dreaded paying for meals at restaurants that you know they will probably half eat? At the Sunnyside Diner, all kids 12 and under eat for free on Tuesdays. The kids menu is packed with items that will please even the pickiest of eaters.

Inside tip: Be sure to choose the right menu. The kids menu is so full that adults often pick it up and mistake it for the regular menu.

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The Book is Better!

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The unusually warm temperature today made for a slow shift at the Sunnyside Diner as most residents are outside trying to enjoy the warm up. The warm up will be brief as the temperature is projected to dip back down tomorrow. The Sunnyside Diner staff keeps themselves busy during the slow times by reading books and straightening up around the Diner.

Inside tip: Days like this are perfect to try someplace new because there is usually no wait to be served.

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Lost Time!

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One of the first signs of spring is the clock moving an hour ahead for daylight saving time. This has been a harsh winter so any sign of spring coming is welcomed by most residents. For travelers new to Griddle Creek, the town does observe daylight saving time, please adjust your watches so you are on time for all of your scheduled activities. Do not rely on the clocks around town as some establishments, like the Sunnyside Diner, may be slow to adjust their clocks.

Inside tip: Make sure to adjust the time on all of your clocks and watches in the right direction.

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Work in Progress!

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It is usually around this time of year when people start to slack on their New Year’s resolutions, and the residents of Griddle Creek are no different. The low temperatures, combined with the snow and ice storms have exhausted everybody’s motivation. The winter starts to feel very long and people are in search of any type of comfort.

Inside tip: The Sunnyside Diner has some of the best comfort food in town.

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Valentine’s Day!

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If you are visiting Griddle Creek on this Valentine’s Day, there are plenty of fine establishments in which to treat your special someone to a lovely dinner. Romance is in the air, and the streets are filled with last-minute candy and flower shoppers. The most popular restaurants reach capacity quickly, so we suggest you call ahead to secure a reservation.

Inside tip: The Sunnyside Diner is open today, however, they strongly suggest you take your special someone somewhere a little more romantic.

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Groundhog Day!

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The arctic temperatures have lifted but it has left the residents of Griddle Creek wondering how much longer this winter weather is going to last. Desperate for any kind of relief, the Diner customers are willing to listen to weather predictions from anybody.

Inside tip: Don’t take weather forecasts from rodents unless they’re trained meteorologists.

Brought to you by the Griddle Creek Department of Tourism.

It’s just Honey!

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The Sunnyside Diner welcomes all customers. They don’t have a lot of rules but the rules they do have are important. The diner does not allow customers to bring in outside food.

Inside tip: Believe it or not the Sunnyside Diner does have a dress code, no shirt, no pants, no shoes, no service.

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Stop In!

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For visitors to Griddle Creek who don’t want fast food but are not in the mood to cook, may we suggest the Sunnyside Diner. Their pots and pan work as well as yours do, stop in and give them a try.

Inside tip: If you’re not fully satisfied with your meal, order something else next time.

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